Re-Education

When the American forces occupied Germany, they gave “brainwashing” a new name: re-education. The world was to be made safe from Germans, so the Germanhood had to be bred out of them. This is what they set out to do: making German patriotism a crime under the laws of political correctness – which remains the current situation.



Introduction "Germany must be destroyed" is a collection of quotes made by various political leaders, scholars, and opinion makers in the West over a period stretching back to the 19th century. It gives a feel for the "problem" that Germany has represented to other nations since Bismarck achieved unity in 1870 …

Umerziehung: Die De-Nationalisierung besiegter Völker im 20. Jahrhundert ("Reeducation: The De-Nationalization of Vanquished Nations in the Twentieth Century"), by Georg Franz-Willing. Coburg: Nation Europa Verlag, 1991. Hardcover. 270 pages. Bibliography. Index. DM 39.80. ISBN 3 920677 02 1. (Available from Nation Europa Verlag, Postfach 25 54, 8630 Coburg, Germany.) Dr. …

After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation, by Giles MacDonogh. Basic Books, New York, 2007. 618pp., illustrated, with notes, bibliography, indexed. A recent work with some refreshing angles on the post-WW2 occupation of defeated Germany is always welcome, minimally at least as a small antidote to the …

Germany is not the country it once was. On the positive side, Germans today are more prosperous and have more free time than ever. For some years now, the Bonn republic has led the world in non-working time. But today’s Germans also differ from their grandparents and great-grandparents in other, …

By Jett Rucker- [caption id="attachment_2338" align="alignright" width="150"] Can students handle the truth of inconvenient history?[/caption] Revisionists may feel an overwhelming sense of irony in noting educational disturbances currently occurring in the conservative bastion in the state of Colorado centered around the city of Golden. There, reports say, students at two …